CSER UN3926 Latin Music and Identity. 4 points.
CC/GS/SEAS: Partial Fulfillment of Global Core Requirement
Latin music has had a historically strained relationship with mainstream music tastes, exploding in occasional 'boom' periods, and receding into invisibility in others. What if this were true because it is a space for hybrid construction of identity that directly reflects a mixture of traditions across racial lines in Latin America? This course will investigate Latin music's transgression of binary views of race in Anglo-American society, even as it directly affects the development of pop music in America. From New Orleans jazz to Texas corridos, salsa, rock, and reggaeton, Latin music acts as both as a soundtrack and a structural blueprint for the 21st century's multicultural experiment. There will be a strong focus on studying Latin music's political economy, and investigating the story it tells about migration and globalization.
Fall 2018: CSER UN3926
|Course Number||Section/Call Number||Times/Location||Instructor||Points||Enrollment|
|CSER 3926||001/21782||T 4:10pm - 6:00pm
603 Hamilton Hall